No it doesn’t. But, this is mine. See the great big sheets of insulation on the roof. They’re 3″s deep. Oh wait, no they are not. They’re 3.3. So times 2 layers, plus 3/4″ for the strapping … now attach with 8″ screws less 3/8″ for the screw head and special saw/auger bit tip …
Add a bit of angle … the screws don’t make it into the wood deep enough to hold a roof down in the wind. Ahhhhhhhhhhhh.
I’ve finally managed to get my hay rack sheathed and the insulation process has begun.
This shows the “perfect wall” ala creeky. You can see the wood sheathing, then the control layer, then the polyiso insulation. This will receive two layers. Layer one is shown here. The second layer will be attached to the structure with wooden strapping which will hold the metal and shou-sugi-ban cedar siding. Next year.
Hi, the hay rack / chalet / winter bedroom build has over twenty posts -- see "the hay rack" category for, yup, 3 pages of Hay Rack goodness! From the bare frame to the fabulous finish ... it's all there. Thx for visiting.
Pretty much sheathed. A few tricky spots left to cut in, but let the insulation begin… just in time for lots of rain, but I need a rest day.
You can see here I’m using 1×12 pine milled locally by my Amish friends in Black Lake, NY. Sustainable local lumber.